Netherlands consulate general in San Francisco

Contact details

Consul-general
Dirk Janssen
Address
120 Kearny Street, Suite 3100
San Francisco, CA 94104

Mailing address:
1 Montgomery Street, Suite 3100
San Francisco, CA 94104
Phone
+14152912033
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Fax
+14152912049
Email
Opening hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 18:00 (by appointment only).

Take notice of the days the consulate general is closed.

Contact details for Consular Section

Opening hours

Coronavirus / Covid19: please keep in mind that you cannot apply for everything yet. Or that there are fewer appointment slots available.

Monday - Friday: 9:30 - 16:00 (by appointment only).

Passports, ID cards, consular certificates, options, copies conform original of Dutch ID's, legalisations signature and MVV applications

Make an appointment via the online appointment system.

Check the status of your application.

Consular declarations (residence, marital status, Dutch nationality etc.)

Read the page Applying for consular declarations for more information.

Schengen and Caribbean visa applications (via VFS Global)

Check the requirements and make an appointment via the website of VFS Global.

Naturalisation requests

Send an email to make an appointment.

Collection of documents (passports, ID cards etc.)

Monday -Friday: 9:30 and 13:00 hours.

Before you come, send an e-mail with the name of the person who will pick up the document and the date on which it will be picked up. This is for the reception / security in the building where the consulate-general is located.

Take notice of the days that the consulate general is closed.

Consular questions?

You can ask your question:

  • by phone: +14152912033. If you are calling from the Netherlands, call +31 247 247 247.
  • via WhatsApp. Click here to send us a WhatsApp message. Or add our number +31 6 8238 8055 to the contacts list on your smartphone and then send a message.
  • via the contact form.

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Netherlands consulate general in San Francisco

Time difference with the Netherlands

9 hours earlier